Anaheim Ducks center Adam Henrique has started fast with his new team and should see plenty of offensive looks. The fantasy season is quickly closing in on the halfway point, so as always, be active and swing for the fences with your transactions. Make sure to keep tabs on who gets cut in your leagues, […]
TORONTO – On a frigid November afternoon, Auston Matthews has the hockey world hanging on his every word. He’s returning to practice after missing the Toronto Maple Leafs‘ previous three games due to injury, and reporters have swarmed his locker. Standing on the opposite side of the room is Zach Hyman, the oft-forgotten third member […]
Their roster may not be great but it is substantially better than any other recent expansion team.
Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon has talked extensively this offseason about giving young players an opportunity to play and trying to create a faster, more up-tempo, aggressive roster. One of the young players that might get an opportunity to make that sort of an impact is 2014 second-round draft pick Jayce Hawryluk. Throughout his junior […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators will play for the Stanley Cup beginning next week, with the Penguins looking to repeat and the Predators looking to turn hockey’s Holy Grail into a giant spittoon, we imagine. The Predators rolled teams to get here, starting with their emphatic sweep of the Chicago Blackhawks through their six-game […]
If the National Hockey League season ended today, the Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers would face off in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. “(The Canadiens) are always a tough opponent for us, we’ve had our share of trouble against them over the years,” said Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Saturday’s contest marks […]
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The Washington Capitals have been giving up an average of two goals a game. The Edmonton Oilers have been scoring an average of nearly four a game. The date in Edmonton marks the beginning of a four-game Western Canadian road swing for the Caps (3-1-1).